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   Courier (Newspaper) - November 27, 1809, London, Middlesex                                (^NDJfJBJtEE MASQUERADE far tlie Bfoefit of ?AiSON�(lS conriiied farSimll Debts, Ma, Oxfoni-slriei, will take ulapejiereou WsDNfS- I ' it^tXi 15s. �ach. RiffKshTiicnIs and^ppB^'''<''^^'<'. ^ eaKy as. k^,Badado^S!>cdt� Bis^^aTd Dahlgren, Ksq. S>-cn-t�ry ta ^MaA*Aft\ti.iVjto^tii�%il tlie Tlifntre in the City of fkiladei^ia-i ertotk'P. care of Mentrs. TAYliER and yEWTuIir, 5, warwick-^square, Londoni nf whom further Wnticilarsma^y b*'-'iaii1iy personal a|tplicalioa(ns above), ^ftYlet|m.(p��tj�td>,'    -:- MB ORIGINAL WAVcy COf FKH-HOUSL", NEW CASTLK-STBEfiT, 8TRANU. K^LiZABETH MAUJUCE, Widojrof the late j!i 6IIfFflTJl MAURICE, Proprietor of the above wmiilai', much ^reqaeal�d, and long established boase, bos ^ni^''sines$^!iiuca-th� death of her l.ite husband. The{tvaland e^teiutv^ patronage which she bas^rereived ilUbat hitervat, front berminteroiis Friends and the Public, kasietcrariiird her to; cidWiwie it. niid encni^raeed her to ^dK-pew^aiid exIranMiaary exertions for public favour. }WiHtp�pn)e,eve^ poatble impruweinent is malcinj; in ,4e iptftniil man^^einent and accoibuiadaliaus of tbe hnuse; 'and na'expeiicc,nor pms, will^ BJNtred to reiiSer it plea-iBii^ and advaflta|;ean> (0 tho>e" who ffrqa^t it, whether M^Te, or iapaitirs, as carnal visitors, or-as ijtmat-s. " toeSloctofWIn^islarxe', and of the best quality^ The FMiites are e)Cteiist�e,ana bnides the other snpeHurareoniS WMlatwnSt contain-� Diningrivdni, peculiarly adapted In bigc Diimer Parties., liie whole is under the iminediate lyridttadaoce and Hwiiitgement of MTM.^tauricc.  _ �0A5.D ana TUITION.-TO PARENTS and J>GUAaI>lA})�S:;Mi><� Ladies School of tbe first re-jMCtabli^vsitiiale fir luuii^ part of tA'e i(Ielropulis,where %t first Afaster&jii every' drpsrlpent oi Science ar .'-fe'w-ya^'Bdes. -Tk'e'Establisbiueni \i conducted >ffFhree. Laifijifg (Sisfipnr};^ of^rcspertabi* connrctiiios and jBeralticffiiiieiiieiits���iia devote themselves wholly to the �coiii{ili^ritei;t'iuid dmesticcumforto Pnpils, and 'Wsrfr:^roa{!in!('b|>.-K^Aai Faiiilies of distinction, ts ivtoviefereuce insy.be in!(dc, -The course �f Instruction is liqpint ^nd solid ;- flie doinestic arrangements, those of . gen-tK\ pnvate-Faibity ("tnta tu tbe L^'iltcirft Kemsrl'ves are capa-Ufrof.g'vibg rasiructiAn rn^be diOereut hmiicbes of Science, t greaterprogreesBiay.Aie.etiieeted from tiieir-uaite4 abiii-0n,^th those of fbe erst'Masters. 1N>(rrei�ettJhoi�b^^'7erms-rtfr6a�r^iim1 Taifla0,are fithu6uin^*^][�arjUIV�^�)(e of tnjelve, and-one biin-. irti after: "Th)eHCwr.�tpj^rav<:d Masters on the uscal terms. nuttfts 11� a^^B.C.; or Ciirdsbad, at Mr. ener,iHiii|e]r;tlteet-(^inr, ^'Wit. L^ttet'^'Li. ��0 ^ 17^ LttllejWndiniU-stceef, Golden-Mjuare, in FBenica*? also Old^ort,from.wood, at i2s. Old Sherry, jA.delicstelxpaie:Oi ni 48s. Indca Madeira, 63s. Mart,, 9&.�ilb-^l�4lter^ rrei7�laiid Foreign Wibes equally rwi-mibie; In qnantities'riif i(he Uiizen Olid auwatdo. Uott Cognise Brattdj;.aiHlllolfosid5.2b. per ^:i>m;> Old Janiaira �Wsl8s. Uraiige Shrnb, 16s.-� Botilcs to be reiurued to OePsiiift-, or {>iudfifr8t'�;iiei-dozen. ~-.JmB. :A.4j*gepairper,pf pMuliiirlyfinirOli^ Wjnes, K nrinidjunliaic^ Hi>tUinc^.iady bs tasted, "price one hun- COBST^TUTElFor^PEAtia W Vig.�^e,'4�>p^�f'Sackvilfe-getber with aboTii IiO iFres of good mettd^w ami .irable Land, with t.utt-able buildiii^i, tileasanily kituated near the Cliorch at Wink-fiehl, in the County of B<-rk. cot lieatti, and live niilcijind'a h.iif froni WinU-nr. itnd thirteen from Rruiliiig. Further parlic�l.-irs may lie known arid the pfe-Riixs viewed by appliralion to Mr. D.iniol Sjiith, Auctioneer, Wi�dsoi; and S*, ^, New Broad-street, Royal ^x-c hsuigc, London. GUNS~PiSTOL';, AND PAINTINGS.-To be Sold JFnr about half the Gr�l Cost, several Capital Double and Single Guns, excellent Air Guns, Cases uf I'is-lols, Holster Pistnl^s, of Atusket and Carbine bore nlth swivel Iron rods, &c. and Purkct Pistols of every soft from 1 to 7 barrel! each j the whole are by the beil London ajakrrs, viz. the ftlanlons, >Vogdon, Rock, Kg;, &c. and are warranted. A trial is all  prociselj at Ikree o'cluc|^/in the aft'rniMn; � CiitalogitP"!, ronlaininj; llie-partlrojars of tach Lot, will be publisitotl hefVire the Sale;-'I'be Stock majbe vitwed-t jeaistrfd),.superior!affl(ii;iiM�re.:ivh�les(9ae to many* . of m� iiher^^ tisEnT.i^l^waJfii,' taoiilnalnj "6nitava, rind .tu-�c^!^:.QteAIzea an4on�n;tri8K oir^milwaio.tbe (("^tttrir^^^^^"*"^^^*^"^'"* ''"^ "ate, tv'ill, _,^.^�teHteStiiWf Ate;^ Cj'd IMti�eiidfe-i>r Selifeciit, Chtnth Preferment, or othef efficient. JPropmy,' rtay be ae-�^foaqp>(terAwitk.U�iwjr t0.,a!iy ainskiit, 6a tenat cearly �^*l-tb'm*rtjig^ . ^      -^.i exid, adaii(aKd.'toMirdb. Cox, and Ca.:Ardnr'Ag^ts, iyy^^kf'ltyrt. Cbatity^^ attended to.   , f^'-- '"^ TO /CHfi PUUWC. * """^"^ vtu^udW leave aio^'t r^pfptfally to return U t^it^hmiki^toMie -Pablic, for. the linexampled patro-a^and support tfiej-experieneed'a* i^lractors for the |*^ttery, aodAt the same time to espnns l!he.gratiiication 'Iiiilia�iilgbi(i^ii6apitrof laying before tbe pub-m'tKhteiyfloilieliiDplrotred p wti7ch. ha* at ' tlwV^ciia IntentiMs dT&e Cbancellor of >ii$p;iaventinrOielfeTil.oS iBsnrance. andireV -j_^^.--^._n^i�a ^C(he JPaWfc, aa aSbrdibg a-superior ;^Bertat|i^ifefiiiKf.:-:The^itseiii Lotlerv B * laK ttt-'ibis iMt, aiid 'irni,'im doabt^^ie equally-bp-?*!�*�il�filWP�>atioq�f � ..W^W�4�f V.ii:�;iE20,00 1'*),'.......of..-...... iSStlO . each ^.v L=^.,       ,--------------     whatever w-JsmwBagai.o$,thelViimber.-.-    .      -**g�^^^WRre8pl 'ctrul1v Hcqnaiut their frirnds^and': tbe public, that the Ticketsairrf'Sharesof ihe |.rvv'.-j0 hold any of the' swcred the fcxpectat'oia j>f Governmeni, by dolngaw^y tbei evAsiattendapt'oi^ Lotteries'i that have been sp .i^iich .complained ?Jf. They bee leave to recommend the-Dew Stixte U>tti-ry, which u on the same p^incip'e, liiia iyill be dra�v-n jn One' i)ay, Uth Fehiuai>5 next. < ' - ' 6nly 3,000 Number*.- Pour Tickets of each Number. SCHEME. 4.,-..Prizes of.....^20,00J 13..................   1, . at Iheir Lucky OfRces,  No. STj'Comhai, JNo." II, Holhonii No. 38, Hayninrk*t,.and No"...?(jl>, Strandj where they had.the unnrecedentedgnnd .ToAunctodistribnte to the Public, in the last Three Lotteries ^lone, the following Capit.-il Prizes, iii Shares, namely ; No. 2,K18...........e.W.VCOl No. 1-.338........,�.20,080 9.123______.-......i�WMO       12.767..........10,000 18,977............20a�D 4,390......5,000 ' 12,515.^.......... 20,000       15,197........... 5,030 3,256............ 20,000       18,318.......... 8,000 With tbe Grand Capital Prize of 1,000 Tickets, No, 3,618, wbicb 4liV'idedalb  ' �        �  Prjf^ paid on demand. _� BALSAMO DI ROSA.^For Gpaglis/ Colds, &c.-The Bah^am of Rpses, in tSe most disir��ii^ ' .Coughs; in everv sviiipldro of catarrh or retfeni cotd,thi8'lirable to Navig:�ion, Gar-dejiiiqr and Farming, with Cateadar> of Flora for Greece, Prance, Englaud.andSwedeii. By Colonel JAMES CAPPER. Printed aiid sold'by J. O. Bird, Cardifl"; and in London by Mr. Egerton, Military Library, Whitehall ; Crosby aad Co. Stationerv-court, and also     the principal bouluellers in the United Jiingdom.     .   "   - This dav ts~|^ AN ACCOLrNf 6f the BRA2ILS; comprising .a Narr.iiiveof the most remarkable Ev.-iits that have occurrea iheris bia<-e its^i^cavery ; a O matk�;Mi.ttir nature of its Soil, �|Tn)ate,'Pir, {food, and Sharpe, Poultry ; Taylor and lleuey. Fleet-street; Sharpe and flailes, Piccadilly; imdj. Booker, Hond-streel. DR. RIvES'S NEW. Ck ULOP.Etn^. .This d.iy w.'is pulili>iied, in 4to. i>fice       boards. Part XXVI. of the NEW CYCLOPJiDiA, or U.VIVERSAL DICTIONARY of ARTS. SCI KNGI.S .vid LITE-R.ATURE. Formed upona irt'�re eiitar�ed pla:! of arritnge-inent .than the l.)ictioa;iry of Mr, ChauiJier^, cooipriheadiog the various articles uf that Work, with .^ddilio.is and im-profemenis, tog.:th-.t Witn the iiirW tahjecis uf Biography,' Geography,and Uisbirflk; and adapt d tir tbe pre e�]( state of LitCTaitKe��flel;�!^v - By ABRAHAM-REKS,;lilS^^|ram*ag;^^ F.diKiruf the last Kdition of Mr. Chamber *s Oidionary, with the assistance of eminetrt Hrofessioi:al (ientlemen. ' Pflmedfor L��u;nwin. Hurst, Ri'e<, ami Onne, Paternoster-row;'J. Jobh-on, R. Ba'd�vifl, F. and C. Itivin^tnu, A. Straban, T. Payne. J. Sioc'^dalo, Scaicu-rJ and.Letter-man, Cnthell and Martin, U. llee. Larkihgton and Co. P. aad IV. Wynne, II. U.Sym .nds, Vrr.mr, Hood, .ind Sharpe, J.'ButU-rwnrth, J. and A. Anb, Cadell and Uavies, S. Bagster, J. Mi ^l)ury, J. Harding', Brodie alM Co. Sai!�&>iry ; and W iUon ami Sim, York. �� A few copi<-f. hoanl?._ "'    -   _ _ TlfHES.     r. ~^ This day were pabtishrd, in one^ol. royal Svo. price 15j. � ill boards, mnE PRINCIPLES and.LAW of TITHING, VrcTUALLING-OKFICE.' Nov.l4'lS09- THE Commissioners for J^iduaUzng Hvt Ma-je.ttt/'i Nayy do henOy give  a and-ure mM t^'be distisgnisbt'd fr�m uaturfT Natural Teeih placed from a siti^l'* to voiim.ilete set, with arlificia'or gold ^uiiis, on r a>ohable terms; Hasan rasy nii'i'ii>d of Itxiiig teeth firm, with r v<-ij either from (ToI!, or Jiis pivcts prepared frnffl a cheraiciil root, wiiieh fixe? ihe toith Ifrm il the . hlnaip be evrc -�<� decayed, regulates unev 08e.or getting n.�tcbed ; those w ho wear .vlificial teeth ongb.t never to be without it, as it keeps     ^ them sweet niid cican.aad prevects their rhaiigiiig coloiw.-.\ trial wi i cynvince that the Cherry Lotion is far preferable lo Arqueb!t>ade or any other Lotion for the roouta, teetii or" gums. The Cherry Lotioi is partigv might be inclined tcrengage.___ .TESUIT'S DROPS.-The Triie Original JE. f#; SUIT'S O&PPSq^now prepared hj Shaw and Edwards, 66, on the 7oot-wa;..St. PaaP* Church-yiirJ. Sac-cesson *o Joteph ;WesKli. , The JeniiU Drops bare bteif long knowo and esteemed a �nfe^ tibeap,- eflecioal,- ttod -often att Jnnnediate c4ire for Stranguary, Gleets, Weakness of jhe-lUdBevS, or Bl�lder; and when taken on the firsLattacjkj-vf.Venereal Intention, they will infallibly accomplisb .ihe-desired-.^KTcck  Should fhe complaint be far advanced, it �U| be'necessary to take .Ibe-Spitcif e Remetly with the. JetaHs-OAps. -/jThe many.deprejItttioiB made oo the ptoperty of.the Pro- . prietorsi compejsUiem to give this caatlaa, that no one Bottle wiU Jicaeru out of their flo^s^ wjfdHNit Shdw aiid Ed-stairdi, Siicce*si�ri .h�     -We^elb, 66,,St. Paol's Gbnroh-ynril,^ngraiwii" OB .thif sCiiilp;- -All ntben'wb-mi ah; -soM wlthoa.t.O'^.abJve Names ore Impoiitipas on the Pujjlic.- �8ol&lH5'*y Stfngof, 0�rora-iu*tt| Bttll, Dublin j Baxter �udfjUil>i^ Ed�n}*iS*�- , -     - dicine is recommended t>y fevcr.-il rm-nent mrdical n'en, and   . is in coottant use with many (irr-*niis of the b'plie^t rank a;id respectability.   It relieVrs nna fh.irtens the domfion I'il^Frii of t!ie Goal, cnniinin? them t.t iheeziremilies.aod-m-tl^aling the paroxjsiiis; ii retn.^ve? those unpleasant syinptamsar'isb^g from weakness-of Ihe Stomach anil iluwic<"i ru. 150, Olford-srect; VaJe, 4fi, rorjln;!: B ll-m; and (fan-dal!. Royal Exchange, and oilM?fs ihniugboul the United Kingd.om, in b 'tiles ut IC^. 6d..4s. jA. and 2.'. 9fl. excb. - AGAR!) to the KE.Vf'ALH   tKX.-Dr. FO. THERGlLL's justly CsLejjRATRo i-j.H.vi.E Pills for differentcodjplaiotslDcideeditjhe,6h^t">Mbe JB.jios�-> soaion of every mother, and othar gMardian? of      yoi wl].o-have femalei entrusted to their care.  Sold wh er:or Ha(^ ter tow } and retail by- Ttfti,- R�'yal Exchange; AiJta, Oxforrf-rtreiit; Clark, 269, B.orotigli;: wnd-- toios> -Cfiiia BookseHeia and Venders, in boxe&, at      9d. e^t;^. whoffiinay be had. Butter's Arom.-ilic Pectoral L^ for improvfag Jtlie -voice.aod for ^�tlgh�,.; jj?j(b, .^^ and"Coneampiions, in boles, at ISJd. each.   

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